Here's how you convert CS2 sensitivity to Overwatch 2

Here's how you convert CS2 sensitivity to Overwatch 2
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Harry Boulton

Published 

9th Feb 2023 10:14

CS2 and Overwatch 2 might be wildly different games despite being broadly within the same genre, but ensuring that your mouse movements are reliable is as important in both. So, make sure to check out the rest of this guide below if you want to find out how to convert your CS2 sensitivity to Overwatch 2.

How do you convert your mouse sensitivity?

The first thing you'll want to do before you go about converting your CS2 sensitivity to Overwatch 2 is to actually find out your exact CS2 sens.

To do this, open up the game, press the settings cog button in the bottom left, then head to the Keyboard & Mouse tab and it should be right there near the top (as shown in the image below).

How to find CS:GO sensitivity
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Once you've noted your sensitivity, you will now want to head over to one of the various sensitivity conversion websites and let it go to work. Our personal choice is Aiming.Pro, but there are plenty of others that work just as well if for whatever reason that doesn't do it for you.

When using Aiming.Pro, all you need to do is input CS2 into the 'Convert from' drop-down bar and then put Overwatch 2 into the 'Convert to' selection. Then, type in your exact CS2 sensitivity into the text box underneath the 'Convert from' selection, and your equivalent Overwatch 2 sens should appear right away.

You might not always be able to set it as an identical replication due to precise decimal counts, but you can get close enough to not notice any difference whatsoever. You can also do this for a multitude of other titles too, so make sure to jump back in whenever you're trying a new FPS.

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Harry Boulton
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Harry Boulton
Harry is a Guides Writer at GGRecon, having completed a Masters of Research degree in Film Studies. Previously a freelance writer for PCGamesN, The Loadout, and Red Bull Gaming, he loves playing a wide variety of games from the Souls series to JRPGs, Counter-Strike, and EA FC. When not playing or writing about games and hardware, you're likely to find him watching football or listening to Madonna and Kate Bush.
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